Blog posts tagged with "Merchant Cash Advance"

What You Should Know When Applying for Working Capital from a Lender

April 08, 2019
Receiving financing from a working capital lender can be an advantageous way to improve your business’s operations. From expanding your business to purchasing inventory to hiring more employees, there are so many ways that you can utilize financing. But before you start thinking about ways to grow your business with additional working capital, you’ll need to know what to submit with your business financing application.

Four Industries that Benefit from Merchant Cash Advances

March 05, 2019
Running a business can be an exciting venture, but there will be times that you need to pursue additional financing options. You’ve probably considered a small business loan, but have you thought about applying for a merchant cash advance (mca)? If your business receives most of its payments through credit cards, you could qualify for this financing product. With a merchant cash advance, you receive a lump sum, and remit a percentage of your future credit card sales to fulfill your obligation.

5 Benefits of Merchant Cash Advances

January 03, 2019
Small business owners in every industry need capital to survive, and although there are various working capital options available, not everyone is eligible for a loan. In fact, new small to medium sized businesses often struggle to find banks that are willing to lend them money. Unfortunately, new businesses typically don’t have the credentials to prove themselves trustworthy in the eyes of many traditional lenders, thus making it difficult to procure business funding.

How to Get Approved for a Merchant Cash Advance, Even if You've Been Declined in the Past

November 21, 2018
A merchant cash advance can provide critical financial liquidity for businesses in need of additional financing. With a merchant cash advance, a funder will purchase a portion of your future credit card sales, and in return you’ll receive a lump sum amount. Unfortunately, some businesses have their merchant cash advance applications declined, due to various reasons.

5 Times That Your Business Could Benefit from a Merchant Cash Advance

November 20, 2018
For small business owners, financing is a useful tool that can open doors and prevent crises. However, even with its potential benefits, you should conduct considerable research before you apply for financing of any kind. This includes merchant cash advances.

Announcing Our Partnership with Payscape

September 04, 2018
Partnership will empower small businesses to grow their business through loans and merchant cash advances.

Should You Apply for a Business Credit Card or Merchant Cash Advance?

June 27, 2018
If you need additional business financing but don’t have a good credit score, a business loan might be out of reach. Don’t worry if you’ve been denied, though; you still have funding options. For example, you could qualify for merchant cash advances or credit cards, which are also viable financing options. With these financing products, you can meet your capital needs without a stellar credit score.

Fora Financial Celebrates 10-Year Anniversary

June 21, 2018
Fora Financial has reached an exciting milestone, as the company celebrates 10 years of providing flexible financing to the small business community. Over the past decade, Fora Financial is proud to have provided over 15,000 small businesses with nearly $1 billion in financing.

Fora Financial Acquires Significant Stake in US Business Funding

June 06, 2018
Fora Financial, a leading provider of working capital solutions to small- and medium-sized businesses, announced today that it has acquired a significant stake in US Business Funding (USBF). The combination will create one of the largest, broadest reaching direct sales organizations in the small business alternative lending space, while deepening the partnership between the two companies

How Your Auto Repair Business Can Benefit from a Merchant Cash Advance

April 25, 2018
As an auto repair business owner, it’s imperative that you have access to working capital so that you can invest in your business. Without it, you likely won’t be able to serve as many customers, and won’t have the necessary tools to fix their vehicles.